SIMM Associates is a proud sponsor of the DBA International Legislative Fund in 2016. As active participants of the Accounts Receivable Management industry we understand the important role DBA International plays. As legislators continue to push new laws and regulations on the industry, DBA International helps to educate lawmakers on the effects legislation ultimately has on consumers.
“Over the past year we have seen federal, state and local governments enacting new legislation and we want to participate in making our points of view were heard” said Chief Operating Officer Jeff Simendinger. “We are proud to be participating in the legislative fund this year and helping DBA International to communicate their message to lawmakers.”
DBA International’s Legislative Fund provides the Accounts Receivable Management industry with a voice to regulators and legislators. As new laws and regulations are considered, it is important that the views of the industry be heard.
“We see significant value in our participation in the DBA International Legislative Fund, ” said President Greg Simendinger. “We encourage industry participants of all kinds to participate in the fundraising efforts that help to defend the industry from harmful legislation.”
About DBA International
DBA International (DBA) is the nonprofit trade association that represents more than 575 companies that purchase performing and nonperforming receivables on the secondary market. DBA member companies work in a variety of financial services fields, including debt buying companies, collection agencies, law firms, originating creditors, international members and industry-related product and service providers. DBA International provides its members with extensive networking, educational, and business development opportunities in asset classes that span numerous industries. The association publishes a bi-annual magazine and newsletter, provides educational and networking opportunities at major forums, events and conferences, represents the membership before federal and state agencies, and supports the industry where appropriate in appellate cases.